Current Exhibit


Voyaging:  The Art of Wayfinding A selection of thalassic art from the Art in Public Places Collection of the Hawaiʻi State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. January 29 – March 5, 2017 Opening Reception:  Sunday, January 29, 2-4 p.m.   GALLERY IOLANI EVENTS Voyaging: The Art of Wayfinding, January 29-March 5, 2015   Sunday, … Continue Reading


Gallery ʻIolani will sell arts and crafts made by students and community members at our annual Christmas sale! Windward Community College December 9-11, 2016 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Confluence 4

October 18th-November 28th Opening reception:  Friday, October 28th, 4-7 p.m. Join us for Confluence 4, an exhibition of outstanding student work from studio art classes in ceramics, design, color theory, drawing, gallery design and management, painting, photography, screen printing and sculpture.


September 9 – October 3 Opening reception:  Friday, September 9, 4-7 p.m. October 1, Gallery is open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. during Windward Hoʻolauleʻa. Showcasing art from two emerging art programs at WCC.     Atelier Hawaiʻi – Classical techniques of drawing and painting in the Realist Tradition developed in Europe during the 17th … Continue Reading


Exhibiting current works by the Hawaiʻi Glass Artists.

David Kuraoka

Presenting works in clay and bronze by Kauai native David Kuraoka, professor emeritus of art and former ceramics department head at San Francisco State University.  

A Christmas Fantasy

Our annual Christmas Art & Craft Sale December 11, 12, & 13, 2015 10 a.m. — 5 p.m.

Harue McVay: A Life Flowing

October 25 — November 25 This exhibit celebrates her life as an artist and the contributions she brought to the community through the inspiration of ceramic as a fine art medium. Artist Reception: Sunday, October 25, 2 — 4 p.m.          

REVEALED: The Myth of Disability

Featuring artists: Gordon Sasaki, Adella Busse, Mike Yano, Sayoko Kay Mura, Bruce Johnson, Wendy Kamai (Fiber Arts Program at Linekona School), Susan Fonseca, Sarah White, Dennis Okada, Isa Shimizu, Jan Mitchell, Ethel Nishikawa, Donald Okimoto, Kumiko Tobara, Alison Bhattacharyya, Judith Kim, Mikki OʻPhaelan, and Kurt Tateishi.        

Communities, Disaster and Change from Valdez Museum, Alaska

April 2 — 30, 2015   Featuring 28 of Alaskaʻs finest artists addressing the theme of natural disasters and the effects on their communities.   Open during Palikū Arts Festival on Saturday, April 11.  

Into View

Featuring Artists: Jake Boggs, Andrea Charuk, Jan Dickey, Jordan Harrison, Neilson Ishida, Alina Kawai, Laura Konecne, Kalani Largusa, Eric Ricky Allen Peters, Landon Tom, Lauren Trangmar, and Andrew Yamauchi. Curated by: Erika Enomoto & Shulang Zou #INTOVIEW   FLUX Magazine Blog Review by David A.M. Goldberg   Sense of selfie An exhibition features works by … Continue Reading